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  • The New National Dream: Networking the Nation for Broadband Access
    Overview of Internet use in Canada and broadband high speed access (DSL & Cable) in Canada

    List of Figures

    1. Estimated Savings of B2B E-Commerce
    2. Bandwidth Requirements for Selected Applications
    3. Unemployment is Higher in Non-Metro Areas
    4. Education is Lower in Non-Metro Areas
    5. Nearest Physicians Further Away in Rural Canada
    6. Aboriginal Unemployment is Higher Than Non-Aboriginal
    7. Aboriginal-- Income is Lower Than Non-Aboriginal
    8. Productivity Growth in ICT-Intensive Industries in Canada
    9. Non-Metro Areas Have Fewer Knowledge Workers as a Share of the Labour Force
    10. Broadband Infrastructure Costs Less Than Other Infrastructure
    11. Canada Ranks First in Telephone and Cable Penetration in G7
    12. Canada Ranks Second in Connectedness Index
    13. Canada Ranks First in Internet Use
    14. Metro-Non-Metro Use of the Internet by Households
    15. Estimated Broadband Requirements for Selected Users
    16. Approximately Three Quarters of Canadian Communities Do Not Have High-Speed Service
    17. Urban Proximity (MIZ) of Unserved Communities
    18. Smaller Communities Are Less Likely To Have High-Speed Access
    19. Access to High-Speed Service Varies by Province
    20. Possible Broadband Network Architecture


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